More than 80,000 people have signed on to a petition urging Dictionary.com to expand its definition o
In a landmark decision, Colombia’s highest constitutional court has
Malawi's new president is facing stiff opposition to her recent pledge to repeal national laws that criminalize homosexuality, the Christian Science Monitor reports. In a speech to parliament last week, President Joyce Banda, who earlier this month succeeded President Bingu wa Mutharika following his April 5 death, said that so-called "unnatural acts" laws were unjust and had strained diplomatic relationships.
Angeline Pirira Mwafulirwa says her daughters could be subjected to genital mutilation in Malawi.
The nation's capital hosts its first ever event for the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.
Neo-nazis descend on Kiev to disrupt a Pride festival.
During United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay’s first-ever visit to Zimbabwe, country officials have rejected calls for basic LGBT rights in the African nation, the Associated Press reports. According to the AP, Zimbabwe's justice minister, Patrick Chinamasa, told Pillay at the start of her visit that the country will continue to arrest gays for same-sex relations, which are illegal in the country.
The priest's actions did not go over well in liberal Denmark.
The buzz is certainly growing in Washington, D.C., over President Obama's scheduled Wednesday afternoon interview with ABC News, where he is likely to be pressed on his gay marriage stance.
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